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Amazon has the Philips Norelco Multigroom MG7750/49 Series 7000 stainless steel timmer on sale again for $44.95 for those that missed it not long ago. It was a $1 cheaper on the previous sale but in case you missed out this is still a pretty good deal. No coupon code needed.

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If you use your Kohls charge card, you can get it for a cheaper price at Kohls [kohls.com] with promo code: GOLDEN30
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Been using these for years and much prefer the ones with dials that adjust the blade height. Then again, at my age, I could probably just cut everything the same length.SmilieSmilie
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If all I care is cutting my hair, is this a good product/ price? I ask because I saw lots of "Wahl" brand here on SD, I have absolutely no idea how they compare, any advice is appreciated!
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Been using these for years and much prefer the ones with dials that adjust the blade height. Then again, at my age, I could probably just cut everything the same length.SmilieSmilie
Agree, especially if you keep your beard 3/4 inch or longer. This is for short cropped beards and manscaping. I bought the beefier version costco sells from the prior slickdeals, and while the build quality is nice it's less flexible than the dial or slider adjustable length models.
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Looks like the same model from a recent Costco deal. Great device. I use it to trim my Covid beard. Works much better than the cheap one I picked up at Walmart. Trims the hair much smoother, more even for a clean shave. You can cut hair, manscape, eyebrow trim, nose trim, it does everything. The blade doesn't need oil.
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If all I care is cutting my hair, is this a good product/ price? I ask because I saw lots of "Wahl" brand here on SD, I have absolutely no idea how they compare, any advice is appreciated!
Looks to be decent for cutting hair based off this YT video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8g2hpXniFM

I've been looking for a clipper to start doing my own haircuts and this seems like a solid choice. It's wireless, a full charge will last 5 hours (5 min quick charge for 2 hours of usage) and it comes with various attachments that can be used on your hair, beard and body hair. I like that the YT video mentioned that the hair and beard attachments are not exclusive and can be used for either purpose.

Reviews also mentioned that it only comes with a bag to store everything, so I went ahead and bought a fabric hard case from RLSOCO to double as a travel case when that becomes a normal thing again. LMAO
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Been using these for years and much prefer the ones with dials that adjust the blade height. Then again, at my age, I could probably just cut everything the same length.https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gifhttps://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Do you have any recommendations on one you like with the adjustable dials?
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Do you have any recommendations on one you like with the adjustable dials?
Following the advice from another SD comment, I went with the cordless one from Surker and couldn't be happier. The idea of being tied to a cord just seems so dated when a cordless version with a stronger motor and better cutting system is available for $45 everyday:
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07ZZYWF3P/

Here was the original advice from BrotherAli
https://slickdeals.net/f/14192954-walmart-com-wahl-color-pro-plus-haircut-kit-79752t-24-94-free-shipping-35

"Easily cordless. I have this one (large 2500mAh battery) and have had 2-3 haircuts and have also trimmed my beard; still has charge (havent recharged). People saying corded have probably never tried a good cordless.

Wahl and other name brands are outdated IMO, Surker and Kemei (and probably other chinese companies) are taking over. Look at PremierCuts on youtube, and also search google with whatever model you're interested in and put reddit. Doing that you will see professional barbers who compare these $50 chinese clippers to $150+ Wahl's."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xb1EURu71s

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Looks like the surker is available for $30
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Do you have any recommendations on one you like with the adjustable dials?
I use a Norelco 7200 but not sure if they still make that model. Picked up 3 during a slickdeal a few years ago.
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If all I care is cutting my hair, is this a good product/ price? I ask because I saw lots of "Wahl" brand here on SD, I have absolutely no idea how they compare, any advice is appreciated!
After the corona started I decided to do my own "haircut" and this is top notch product.
My wife also is using it for haircuts for the little one and it does phenomenal job! I highly recommend it!
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I had the 5000 series (which looks similar) and it only lasted about 6 months before dying (it wouldn't power on). I'm not sure if I just had bad luck or if these have quality issues.
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I had the 5000 series (which looks similar) and it only lasted about 6 months before dying (it wouldn't power on). I'm not sure if I just had bad luck or if these have quality issues.
I had a 5000 series as well that lasted 7-8 months and had the same issue of not powering on. I thought i could have been unlucky but seems like a issue here
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